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Lana Del Rey
Year(s) 2019–2020
Start date September 21, 2019
End date March 3, 2020
Legs 5
Number of shows 19 in North America
8 in Europe
3 in Latin America
1 in the Middle East
31 Total
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Tour chronology
Festival Tour (2019) N/A

The Norman Fucking Rockwell Tour (stylized as The Norman Fucking Rockwell! Tour) is the sixth concert tour and fourth worldwide concert tour by Lana Del Rey. It is in support of her sixth major-label studio album, Norman Fucking Rockwell!. It currently consists of three legs across North America and begun on September 21, 2019, at the Jones Beach Theater in Wantagh, New York. The setlist is very similar to Festival Tour (2019).


From March 2019 to July 2019, leading up to the release of Norman Fucking Rockwell!, Del Rey performed at various festivals, starting in New Orleans and then touring across Europe. At these festivals, Del Rey performed the singles "Mariners Apartment Complex", "Venice Bitch" and "Doin' Time" from Norman Fucking Rockwell! for the first time. Although these new songs were incorporated into the setlist, much of the stage design and aesthetic of these appearances were reminiscent of the LA to the Moon Tour.

On August 1, 2019, Del Rey announced dates for a new headlining tour intended to promote Norman Fucking Rockwell!. The first dates announced consisted of 8 across North America and 8 across Europe, with general sales beginning on August 9, 2019. The tour sees Del Rey revisiting venues such as the WaMu Theater in Seattle and the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles. At this time, possibility of future legs is undetermined.

Cancelled European tour[]

On February 20, 2020, it was announced that the entire UK and European leg of the tour was cancelled due to an illness that caused her to lose her singing voice.[1] Del Rey took to Instagram to address the cancellation and expressed her intent to make it up to fans in the future.[2]

Setlist []

In total 20 songs were performed throughout the tour: 10 from Norman Fucking Rockwell!, 6 from Born to Die, 5 from Ultraviolence, 4 from Lust for Life, 1 from Paradisesoundtrack song and 17 covers.

  1. "Norman Fucking Rockwell"
  2. "Bartender"
  3. "For Free" (Joni Mitchell cover)
  4. "Born to Die"
  5. "Blue Jeans"
  6. "Cherry" (with "Scarborough Fair" by Simon & Garfunkel as outro)
  7. "White Mustang"
  8. "Pretty When You Cry"
  9. Medley: "Change" / "Black Beauty" / "Young and Beautiful"
  10. "Ride" (with “God Knows I Tried” as outro)
  11. "Video Games"
  12. "Mariners Apartment Complex"
  13. "Summertime Sadness"
  14. "Doin' Time" (Sublime cover)
  15. "Off to the Races"
  16. "Shades of Cool"
  17. "Venice Bitch"


  • In the third show, at WaMu Theater, in Seattle, Del Rey live debuted "Cinnamon Girl" and also performed an acapella version of "Happiness Is a Butterfly" per audience request.[5]
  • In the fourth show, at Moda Center, in Portland, Del Rey performed "Cinnamon Girl" by audience request, live debuted an acapella version of "The Greatest" and also sang "Ultraviolence".[6]
  • In the fifth show, at Hearst Greek Theater, in Berkeley, Del Rey live debuted an acapella version of "California" by audience request. "Chelsea Hotel No. 2" with Adam Cohen was performed again. Del Rey also covered "Diamonds and Rust" and "Don't Think Twice, It's All Right" with Joan Baez.[7]
  • In the sixth show, at the Memorial Auditorium, Sacramento, Del Rey sang "West Coast".[8]
  • In the seventh show, at Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles, Del Rey sang "For Free" with Zella Day and Weyes Blood, she also covered "Wicked Game" with Chris Isaak and "Daddy Issues" with Jesse Rutherford. "Tomorrow Never Came" and "Chelsea Hotel No. 2" were performed again with Sean Lennon and Adam Cohen respectively. Del Rey also live debuted "Hope Is a Dangerous Thing for a Woman like Me to Have – but I Have It" with Jack Antonoff.[9]
  • During the eighth show, at CalCoast Credit Union Open Air Theatre, in San Diego, Del Rey performed "Cinnamon Girl" and "West Coast".[10]
  • During the ninth show, at Kiva Auditorium in Albuquerque, Del Rey sang "Cinnamon Girl" and "Ultraviolence".[11]
  • In the tenth show, at Bellco Theater, Denver, Del Rey covered "Don't Know How to Keep Loving You" with Julia Jacklin and Death Cab for Cutie's "I Will Follow You Into the Dark" with Benjamin Gibbard. Julia Jacklin also performed "Comfort" solo.[12]
  • In the eleventh show, at The District, Sioux Falls, Del Rey covered "Eat for Free" with Haley. "The Next Best American Record" was also live debuted in acapella per fan request.[13]
  • In the twelfth show, at Byline Bank Aragon Ballro, Chicago, Del Rey covered "When I'm With You" with Bethany Cosentino. Cosentino also performed "Up All Night" solo. "Night Sift" was also covered with Lucy Dacus.[14]
  • In the thirteenth and fourteenth show, at Community Choice Union Convention Cent, Des Moines, and at The Sylvee, Madison, respectively, Del Rey sang "Cinnamon Girl".[15][16]
  • In the fifteenth show, at Orpheum Theather, Omaha, Del Rey covered "Look Away" with Nikki Lane and sang "Cinnamon Girl".[17]
  • In the sixteenth show, at Uptown Theater, Kansas City, Del Rey covered "Look Away" with Nikki Lane again, sang "Cinnamon Girl" and also covered "They All Want You" with Lissie.[18]
  • In the seventeenth show, at Cotillion Ballroom, Wichita, Del Rey sang "Cinnamon Girl" and "Carmen" acapella.[19]
  • In the eighteenth show, at The Criterrion, Oklahoma, Del Rey covered "Hallucinogenics" with Matt Maeson and Leonard Cohen's "Suzanne" with Robert Ellis.[20]
  • In the nineteenth show, at  Nashville Municipal Auditorium, Nashville, Del Rey covered "Look Away" with Nikki Lane again, "Find Yourself" with Luke Nelson and Bob Dylan's "Don't Think Twice, It's All Right" with Hamilton Leithauser. Leithauser also sang "When the Truth Is..." solo.[21]
  • In the twentieth show, at Yas Marina Circuit in Abu Dhabi, Del Rey did not perform "White Mustang" and "Mariners Apartment Complex".[22]

Tour dates[]

List of concerts showing date, city, country, venue and opening act.
Date City Country Venue Opening act
North America
September 21, 2019 Wantagh United States Jones Beach Theater N/A
September 30, 2019 Vancouver Canada Rogers Arena
October 2, 2019 Seattle United States WaMu Theater
October 3, 2019 Portland Moda Center
October 6, 2019 Berkeley Hearst Greek Theatre
October 8, 2019 Sacramento Memorial Auditorium
October 10, 2019 Los Angeles Hollywood Bowl
October 11, 2019 San Diego CalCoast Credit Union Open Air Theatre
November 3, 2019 Albuquerque Kiva Auditorium Andrew Thomas
November 4, 2019 Denver Bellco Theatre Ben Gibbard
November 6, 2019 Sioux Falls The District Haley McCallum
November 8, 2019 Chicago Byline Bank Aragon Ballroom Lucy Dacus
November 10, 2019 Des Moines Community Choice Union Convention Center N/A
November 11, 2019 Madison The Sylvee Haley McCallum
November 13, 2019 Omaha Orpheum Theatre Nikki Lane
November 14, 2019 Kansas City Uptown Theater Lissie
November 16, 2019 Wichita Cotillion Ballroom Nikki Lane
November 17, 2019 Oklahoma City The Criterion Robert Ellis
November 19, 2019 Nashville Nashville Municipal Auditorium Lissie
Middle East
November 30, 2019 Abu Dhabi United Arab Emirates Yas Marina Circuit N/A

Cancelled shows[]

List of cancelled concerts showing original date, city, country, venue and reason for cancellation.
Date City Country Venue Reason
February 21, 2020 Amsterdam Netherlands Ziggo Dome Illness[23]
February 23, 2020 Paris France AccorHotels Arena
February 25, 2020 London United Kingdom The O2 Arena
February 26, 2020 Manchester Manchester Arena
February 28, 2020 Glasgow The SSE Hydro
February 29, 2020 Birmingham Resorts World Arena
March 2, 2020 Berlin Germany Mercedes-Benz Arena
March 3, 2020 Cologne Lanxess Arena
March 28, 2020 Buenos Aires Argentina Hipódromo de San Isidro COVID-19 pandemic[24][25]
March 30, 2020 Santiago Chile O'Higgins Park
April 3, 2020 São Paulo Brazil Autódromo José Carlos Pace
April 12, 2020 Indio United States Empire Polo Club
April 19, 2020
June 9, 2020 Verona Italy Verona Arena

Promotional posters[]

External links[]

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  1. BBC News (February 20, 2020) "Lana Del Rey cancels tour after losing her voice".
  2. Lana Del Rey on cancellation of European dates
  23. Monroe, Jazz (February 20, 2020) "Lana Del Rey Cancels European Tour Due to Illness". Pitchfork.
  24. Young, Alex (March 14, 2020) "Lollapalooza Reschedules South American Festivals Due to Coronavirus". Consequence of Sound.
  25. Live Nation Italia confirms cancellation of Arena di Verona, Italy show